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  1. Hello all, I am trying to run a tcl script in batch mode, however, following error appears. Is there any way to solve this? You can see the error message and TCL script below.
  2. Hello All, I am trying to create bar element from component edge which is illustrated with red dashes below. But orientation of the bar element is crucial for me. However, x direction of the bar element starts from lower node number to higher node number. An example of this problem is presented below. orientation of the 1st bar element is shown with green arrow line and orientation of the 2nd bar element is shown by orange arrow line which are at different directions due to numbering of the nodes. In order to achieve this problem I have tried to renumber nodes however renumbering does not follow a certain direction. moreover hypermesh does not allow me to update orientation of the element by using bars - update panel. Is there any way to create bar element that follows the circular direction and all of them are oriented clockwise ? Thanks in advance
  3. Hello Pandurang, I suggest you to type following keyword to your .inp file under *step section; *el print peeq, *node print u, these codes writes desired results to .dat file. Thus, you can parse that file to obtain results by tcl or python scripts
  4. Unfortunately no! MSC fatigue only generates .fef and .fer files. .fef file contains damage values for each node. One possible solution may be that using fef file content(nodal Damage values) to generate a new file that compatible with hyperview. Is this possible?
  5. Hello all, Do you have any idea about how to open "MSC Fatigue" analysis results in hyperview? (MSC Fatigue creates .fef file which contains damage, life etc. results for each node)
  6. Tinh and George, thank you for your support.
  7. Hello Tinh! I have checked the reference guide but I could not find a command as; " hm_holedetectioninit hm_holedetectionsetentities elems 1 hm_holedetectionsetholeparams hole_shape=31 hm_holedetectionfindholes 1 " Can you share if you have a document about these commands?
  8. Hello All, I am trying to create rigid elems for a spesific shell component with holes on it. In documentation I have discovered *finholesinit tcl command. However I can not obtain line number also I can not define center of circle using tcl automatically. How can I achieve this problem?
  9. Hi Merula, Tank you for support. I have developed following code based on your suggestions. Finally it works . Hi Tinh, Thank you for your help. ###################################################################### *clearmark nodes all *createmark nodes 1 "by sphere" -341.255 -75.946 6.482 0.25 inside 1 all 0 *appendmark nodes 1 "by sphere" -341.252 76.398 -3.898 0.25 inside 1 all 0 *appendmark nodes 1 "by face" set nrbl [hm_marklength node 1] set dofl [lrepeat $nrbl 123456] set wgh1 [lrepeat $nrbl 1] eval *createarray $nrbl $dofl eval *createdoublearray $nrbl $wgh1 *createnode -341.761 9.994e-02 1.549 0 0 0 *createmark nodes 2 "by sphere" -341.761 9.994e-02 1.549 0.2 inside 1 all 0 eval *rbe3 1 1 $nrbl 1 $nrbl [hm_getmark nodes 2] 123456 1 *nodecleartempmark ###################################################################
  10. Hello all, I am trying to create rbe3 element with 1.0 weight to independent nodes , however, following code generates 0.0 weight for independent nodes. my tcl code is ; ################################################################## *createmark nodes 1 "by sphere" -341.255 -75.946 6.482 0.25 inside 1 all 0 *appendmark nodes 1 "by face" set rbl [hm_getmark nodes 1] set nrbl [llength $rbl] for {set i 0} {$i < $nrbl} {incr i 1} { lappend dofl 123456 } *createarray $nrbl [puts $dofl] for {set i 0} {$i < $nrbl} {incr i 1} { lappend wgh1 1.500000 } *createdoublearray $nrbl [puts $wgh1] *createnode -341.761 9.994e-02 1.549 0 0 0 *createmark nodes 2 "by sphere" -341.761 9.994e-02 1.549 0.2 inside 1 all 0 *rbe3 1 1 $nrbl 1 $nrbl [hm_getmark nodes 2] 123456 0 ######################################################################## At the end of the day, I want to generate following RBE3;
  11. Hello All, I am tring to utilize Virtual Fluid Mass method in order to calculate natural frequencies of fuel tank. However, aacording to results, dry modes are consistent with measured acceleration data, but, wet modes are completely different than test data. Three wet modes, three dry modes are calculated, but wet mode shapes are completely same. Just natural frequency values are different. According to test data, mode shapes of first three mode are completely different. Do you have any idea to sole this problem? Pictures shown below explains my step card. **ELIST 666 is created, because both sides of baffle plates inside of the fuel tank contact with fluid. **ELIST 555 is created, beacuse inner side of the fuel tank contact with fluid. **During shaker tests water is used in order to represent fuel in the tank. Hence, density of water is considered in MFLUID command.
  12. Hello All, Are there any scripting language that can be utilized in simlab, in order to automate the meshing process? Besides, does simlab creates a command file such as .cmf file like hypermesh?
  13. Hello all, Is there a way to find lines of holes on a midsurface? Based on my DOE, locations of bolt holes are always changing, so I want to select holes usign tcl code.
  14. I found the mistake; "abaqus\abaqus" need to be changed to abaqus/abaqus
  15. Hello all, I copied following codes from .cmf file. However it does not work. Do you have any idea about this script? ## *feinputpreserveincludefiles *createstringarray 2 "Abaqus " "Standard3D " *feinputwithdata2 "#abaqus\abaqus" "C:/Users/zyuce/Desktop/TCL/sorhan/new/code/EU6_with_omega.inp" 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 ##
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